New York (Dec. 18, 2002) -- Local CPA firms remained stable over the past year, despite the impact of corporate scandals on the economy and the accounting profession, according to results of the 2002 Management of an Accounting Practice Survey.
Nearly all 2,500 respondent firms (98 percent) either grew or remained the same size in the past year. Thirteen percent experienced an increase of 20 percent or more in fee revenue, PCPS, the AICPA Alliance for CPA firms, and the Texas Society of CPAs reported.
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